Hello foodies! Sorry for the delay; you know that I was ill in last week so I couldn’t able to post. Now I’m fine and today I’m going to share a special recipe for you! See, if you like it…….
Duck meat: - 500gm.
Onion (big):- 2 piece
Baby onion: - 10-12 pieces
Ginger: - 2 inch
Garlic: - 10-12 cloves
Tomato (small):- 4 piece
Cumin seeds: - 2 teaspoons
Dry red chili: - 4 piece
Dry Kashmiri red chili: - 4 piece
Turmeric Powder: - 1teaspoon
Bay leaf: - 1 piece
Cinnamon stick: - 4-5 sticks
Cardamom: - 4pieces
Cloves: - 5-6pieces
Mustard Oil: - 1Cup (150gm)
Sugar: - 1/5teaspoon
Salt: - to taste
- Wash the meat with hot water and marinate with turmeric powder, 3 tablespoons of mustered oil and Salt before cooking for at least 30mins.
- Crushed big onion, ginger and garlic separately and keep aside.
- Grind cumin seeds, dry red chili and dry Kashmiri red chili separately and keep aside.
- Full heat the rest of oil in a pan and pour one by one sugar, bay leaf, crushed cinnamon sticks, crushed cardamom and crushed cloves in it.
- When it smells, add big onion, ginger and garlic and fry for 2 mins.
- Now, add the meat, cumin seeds, dry red chili and dry Kashmiri red chili and cook for 4-5 mins.
- Add salt, baby onion, tomatoes and stir well. Cover the pan and let it cook for 10 minutes on low flame.
- Take it off the flame when the meat well cooked and it become dry. (Duck meat generally take time to cook then other meat)
- Serve hot with Roti, Paratha or any kind of bread with small onion and green chili socked in lemon juice or vinegar.
* You may use chicken or mutton in the place of duck meat.
* You may use the powder of red chili and Kashmiri red chili.
Tips of the day
- Keeping a small piece of hing (asafoetida) in the same container will store chili powder for long time.
- Use a wooden board to chop. It will not blunt the knife. Don`t use a plastic board, small plastic pieces may go with the vegetables.
Question of the day
Q7. What is ‘Dak-Bungalow’?
Q8. Fill in the blanks and write the word: _R_ _GE.
Answers of the last Questions:
1. Egypt; partly believe in France.
Time to say good bye now! Next post will be published on 30th November; till then…..take care. Have a wonderful week! Namaskar.
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